Ghana midfielder Edwin Gyimah has disclosed the information he passed on to Black Leopards teammate Mogakolodi Ngele before he scored a wonderful free-kick in their draw against Kaizer Chiefs.
The Leopards rescued their four-match losing streak on Saturday when they played 1-1 stalemate with Kaizer Chiefs in the Absa Premier League.
Gyimah expatiated the role he played in helping Ngele to score a free-kick for them in the first half of the game.
“I told him, because normally when he takes the free-kick he tries to go for the first pole and all the teams I think they check the videos, they check our games and they could see he’s always kicking to the first pole,” Gyimah told SuperSport after the game.
“So I told him that he must try the far post, I told him again, I stood and saw that… I went to him again [and said], ‘Boy, put it in the last post, it will be a goal’ then we got it.”
Gyimah was named Man-of-the-Match in the game.
He has been an import member of the team since joining last year October.